abrowse is a program which allows you to read AKAI S1000/3000 sample CD's
and write the samples into wav audio format.
News & Updates
- 07 Sept 2004
New release which includes a patch by
Evzen Mueller to allow abrowse to compile on newer versions of
- 28 May 2003
After a long delay, compliments of me,
a new logo and gtk2 rewrite are checked into cvs, compliments of
Additionally, Abrowse has been significantly rewritten
(compliments of me and Marek's insistence).
- 10 Feb 2003
Marek Peteraj sends us a nice logo and
a matrix of sample formats and links
with more information!
- 23 Jan 2003
A new version is in the pipe. This will
likely include a module based design, gtk2 interface and will
be written in Python. Check out the screenshot. It'll be checked in once i figure out the best way to package it.
- 31 May 2002
released 0.0.2a which will hopefully fix
the silly build errors...adds autotool setup as well.
- 27 May 2002
Fixes have been checked in for big-endian issues. a new
tar ball has been released.
- 03 Jan 2001
Files have been freshened up a bit: changes include
a slightly nicer UI, reading S1000 as well as S3000 discs, and the
use of sgi's libaudiofile for saving data to wav's instead of the
crap code i wrote. Grab it from CVS, or ftp and test it out.
You can download the tarball from here.
Browse the cvs repository online for abrowse
has more information on setting up CVS and getting the source.
cvs.abrowse.sourceforge.net:/cvsroot/abrowse is the cvsroot to point